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Breakaway Wealth helps inspire, motivate and equip unconventional business owners, investors and wealth builders to break out from the herd and build wealth on our own terms. Through insightful conversations around infinite banking, investing, funding and unconventional deal-making, we'll unlock the secrets to abundance, spot overlooked opportunities and make quantum leaps forward - building wealth faster than most dream possible.

Oct 12, 2021

In this episode, Jim Oliver and Nick Kosko discuss:

  • Lessons from Chris Hodges, founder and senior pastor of Church of the Highlands.
  • What you need to do to accomplish your vision.
  • Being the culture, not building the culture and leading by example.
  • Go back to the basics.


Key Takeaways:

  • Have you made it clear what is...

Oct 5, 2021

In this episode, Jim Oliver and Michael Lennington discuss:

  • How to close the gap between “what is” and “what can be” by using the system outlined in the book The 12 Week Year written by Michael Lennington and Brian Moran. 
  • How to build high-performance behavior and prepare for success in any endeavor.
  • Systems...

Sep 28, 2021

In this episode, Jim Oliver and Bob Burg discuss:

  • The motivation behind writing The Go-Giver, a Wall Street Journal and BusinessWeek bestseller, coauthored with John David Mann. 
  • The Five Laws of Stratospheric Success and how to apply them.
  • The premise of shifting your focus from getting to giving - which involves...

Aug 17, 2021

In This Episode:

Jim Oliver and Nick Kosko discuss fallacies and common myths about Infinite Banking Concept.


MYTHS Discussed in this Episode:

  1. All policy loan interest is no longer income tax deductible.
  2. The fixed loan rate on policies is 8%.
  3. Non-fluctuating, non-guaranteed variable loan rates used by some companies...

Aug 10, 2021

In This Episode:

Jim Oliver and Nick Kosko discuss what to look for in an insurance company when beginning your Infinite Banking journey.

Key Points:

  1. Mutual companies share their profits with you, the shareholder.
  2. Good ratings can be bought and don’t necessarily reflect the standings of the company. Instead look...